Level 2 Fashion and Design
Teacher in Charge: Ms S. Wensor
In this course students will explore, test and trial various fabric manipulation techniques to develop a quality textiles outcome with special features. The focus is developing student’s knowledge and capabilities while using both domestic and industrial machines. This is a project-based unit, where work is presented in a portfolio. The aim is to support students to produce evidence that may be compiled into a professional portfolio for university applications.
A study of fashion and design opens the way to a wide variety of careers and interests. This course
provides vocational pathways in construction and infrastructure, manufacturing and technology, and creative industries. Careers in these industries include: Clothing designer, product designer, interior decorating, film and television costume designer, patternmaker, seamstress, fashion stylist, textile design, merchandiser, fashion marketer, fashion buyer, production manager, fashion retail, fashion illustrator and work that involves critical analysis, marketing and project management through a creative design process.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Basic fabrics and haberdashery are provided. Students that wish to use specialist fabrics are required to purchase their own.
Recommended Prior Learning
Completion of Year 10 or Year 11 Fashion and Design or at the discretion of the teacher in charge of Fashion and Design.
Total Credits Available: 18 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 18 credits.
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